Heather Newman sits down with Erica Toelle, Product Evangelist at RecordPoint as well as an internationally recognized speaker on SharePoint, Office 365 and productivity. In this episode they discuss in depth, the importance of end user adoption to a successful SharePoint deployment and Erica’s recommendations on creating a space where it can grow.
Traditional training approaches, such as in person training sessions, how to videos and written step by step instructions just aren’t working for Office 365 end users. What are the other options? Asif Rehmani, Founder, and CEO of VisualSP, discusses what he’s found to work across hundreds of organizations.
Whether or not they have heard or know about UX, all technology users are being exposed to good and bad user experiences every day. And the fact that the most valuable company in the world as of today, Apple, uses design to differentiate their products has influenced other businesses to value design in their own offerings. UX is just as important in records management – here is why.
In this presentation, we will take a closer look at the End User Adoption work stream on an Office 365 project, and the associated roles, responsibilities, and tasks for the project plan. We will also review case studies to demonstrate how these differ based on the size of the project and the specific needs of the organization.
Did you know there are multiple ways to define collaboration? How can you empower the end user while giving IT the governance controls that they need? How does company culture affect your Office 365 deployment? Liz Sundet, Director of Business Relationships at Focal Point Solutions provides her opinions.
What were the Office 365 Compliance announcements at Ignite? What are some of the end user adoption challenges related to compliance? How can organizations stay on top of the rapid innovation of Office 365? Joanne Klein, Office 365 consultant at NexNovus, fills us in.
Arguably one of the biggest challenges of rolling out a records management solution is the effort around managing the transition to the new solution. But fundamentally the key message boils down to engagement of end users. If they are not engaged, you can send as many carefully crafted communications as you like and even run several supporting training sessions, your rollout will still be destined to fail.